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Public Petitions Committee

Public Petitions Committee

June 28, 2018 09:15

 

1. Consideration of new petitions: The Committee will consider the following new petitions—
PE1692 by Lesley Scott and Alison Preuss on behalf of Tymes Trust and Scottish Home Education Forum on Inquiry into the human rights impact of GIRFEC policy and data processing; and will take evidence from— Lesley Scott, Tymes Trust Scottish Officer and Alison Preuss, Scottish Home Education Forum; PE1691 by Christopher R Hampton on behalf of Steering Group of Bowman's View on Review of the Title Conditions (Scotland) Act 2003; and PE1697 by Michael McGuire on Child Funeral Fund.

2. Consideration of continued petitions: The Committee will consider the following continued petitions—
PE1619 by Stuart Knox on Access to Continuous Glucose Monitoring; and will take evidence from— Professor Jason Leitch, National Clinical Director, Gillian Gunn, Team Leader Diabetes, Heart Disease, Stroke, and Richard Shearer, Senior Policy Officer, Strategy Planning and Clinical Priorities Team, Healthcare Quality and Improvement Directorate, Scottish Government; PE1480 by Amanda Kopel on behalf of The Frank Kopel Alzheimer's Awareness Campaign on Alzheimer's and dementia awareness / PE1533 by Jeff Adamson on behalf of Scotland Against the Care Tax on Abolition of non-residential social care charges for older and disabled people; PE1610 by Matt Halliday on Upgrade the A75 / PE1657 by Donald McHarrie on behalf of A77 Action Group on A77 upgrade; PE1629 by Jennifer Lewis on MRI scans for Ocular Melanoma sufferers in Scotland; PE1664 by Harry Huyton on behalf of OneKind on Greater protection for mountain hares; PE1683 by Jennifer Edmonstone on Support for families with multiple births; and PE1680 by Angela Flanagan on Private Water Supplies in Scotland.